Welcome to the end of the week! Do you have one million tabs open in your browser? Because we do. There is just too much good stuff on the internet and not enough time. In this week’s open tabs, Hilaria Baldwin, co-founder of Yoga Vida, wife to Alec, mother of three, and author of The Living Clearly Method, bravely shares her digital detritus.
The Living Clearly Method: That’s my website. I just launched my book, The Living Clearly Method. My book just came out and it’s a very important website that’s always open on my computer. There is much to do, with having it come out. I am very proud of it and people are saying they love the book so it’s a dream come true.
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Oprah.com’s Inspiration tab: I have been able to meet Oprah a few times and it’s as amazing as everybody says. She has an incredible brand and she is wonderful with lifting women up and bringing a lot of inspiration into the world. And right now we need a lot of inspiration.
Yoga Journal’s Yoga Poses page: This is one I have been looking at for years, for all the yoga poses and wonderful information. Yoga Journal have done an incredible job at listing poses and making it really simple, readable, and digestible. I will go there for inspiration for classes when I am making up routines for classes. It’s like an encyclopedia.
Melissa Petitto: Melissa collaborated with me on the recipes in my book. She is an incredible chef and some of the recipes in my book get highlighted from time to time on her site. I am pescatarian, I don’t eat dairy, I eat some fish and eggs—but other than that, no other animal products. She has recipes for everyone. She makes things healthy and delicious.
SAHIFANEWS and Fox News: I am a news junkie and it’s very important to know what’s going on in the world. I am very liberal, my family is very liberal; I like to open up SAHIFANEWS and Fox and see how both of them are telling the separate story in the midst of this whole fake news craze. I want to know what everyone else is reading as well, so I can see other people’s point of view. A lot of my book is about seeing other people’s point of view and living in peace and coming together—much of that is all in being informed and getting to a place where I can see someone else’s point of view.
Lululemon Wunder Under Pant III: Everyone asks me what these pants are. I wear them when I am on the yoga mat, with a pair of Prada boots, on the red carpet—I have a lot of these in my closet. I put them on every day.
EltaMD UV Shield Broad-Spectrum SPF 45: Everyone talks about how important sunscreen is and they tell you to wear sunscreen even in the winter. That’s something I got better at once I hit 30—I just had a birthday and I just turned 33. I am very good now about wearing sunscreen on my face. Before, I was like, whatever, I don’t burn. But apparently that is not the case—you have to take care of your skin. I really like this skin cream.
The Body Shop Brazilian Cupuaçu Scrub-in-Oil: I became a big bath-taker during my pregnancy. A lot of times, the kids are in the bath with me. I love The Body Shop products—they’re all cruelty-free, they smell really good and make you feel really good, and we all definitely need a little TLC when we have what feels like 500 children.
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara: I usually do my own makeup. I can’t do hair, but on red carpets I do my own makeup—though if I am doing a specific shoot or a really big red carpet I will have a makeup artist. I try to get one tip every time I work with a professional, then I add it to my repertoire. Desiree Lafore, who did my makeup for my book and wedding, recommended Too Faced mascara and I love it. It’s also a cruelty-free brand. I don’t know if you can say it’s better than sex, but it’s very good.
Kilian Good Girl Gone Bad perfume: It’s one of my favorites, and it goes perfectly from day to night!